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    SaveSAG Lawyer Challenges AIMA And New NED

    A memorandum from a veteran Washington, D.C. labor attorney predicts a possible "sea change" detrimental to Screen Actors Guild members should the guild consolidate with the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA).

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    YBGD?

    "YBGd? (Why Be Good?)," presented by North Rim Productions and the Lillian Group at the Lillian Theatre, 1076 N. Lillian Way, Hollywood. Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 7 p.m. Sept. 6-Oct. 6. $15. (323) 856-4200.

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    Controversy Is Covenant for Religion-Themed Films

    Does controversy, particularly religious controversy, help sell movies?

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    REGIONAL ROUNDUP: Christmas Cross-Country

    It's Christmas (already) in D.C. And in Provo, in Cincinnati, in Houston,...you name it. With offerings featuring everyone from the ubiquitous Dickens, to Handel, to all the denizens of Tuna, Tex., U.S. stages are heralding the

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    Mindfreak

    It's billed as a new breed of performance art so intense and mind-bending that audience members may never trust their senses again.

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    ACTORS' TAXES

    Subways, Buses, &

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    Outer Critics Circle Award Winners

    Broadway Play: "Copenhagen" by Michael

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    NEA Chair Michael Hammond Dies at 69

    The staff of the National Endow-ment for the Arts found itself in a state of shock and sadness Tuesday as it learned of the death of its new chairman, Dr. Michael P. Hammond.

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    Bistro Bits- Spreading the News

    ONCE YOU'VE BOOKED YOUR SHOW, HOW DO you bring in an audience? The question is a familiar one, and there are many answers. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned pro, certain basics apply. In future columns, I will be writing more about this